Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials

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Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials. / Isigonis, Panagiotis; Afantitis, Antreas; Antunes, Dalila; Bartonova, Alena; Beitollahi, Ali; Bohmer, Nils; Bouman, Evert; Chaudhry, Qasim; Cimpan, Mihaela Roxana; Cimpan, Emil; Doak, Shareen; Dupin, Damien; Fedrigo, Doreen; Fessard, Valérie; Gromelski, Maciej; Gutleb, Arno C; Halappanavar, Sabina; Hoet, Peter; Jeliazkova, Nina; Jomini, Stéphane; Lindner, Sabine; Linkov, Igor; Longhin, Eleonora Marta; Lynch, Iseult; Malsch, Ineke; Marcomini, Antonio; Mariussen, Espen; de la Fuente, Jesus M; Melagraki, Georgia; Murphy, Finbarr; Neaves, Michael; Packroff, Rolf; Pfuhler, Stefan; Puzyn, Tomasz; Rahman, Qamar; Pran, Elise Rundén; Semenzin, Elena; Serchi, Tommaso; Steinbach, Christoph; Trump, Benjamin; Vrček, Ivana Vinković; Warheit, David; Wiesner, Mark R; Willighagen, Egon; Dusinska, Maria.

In: Small, Vol. 16, No. 36, 2003303, 23.07.2020.

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Isigonis, P, Afantitis, A, Antunes, D, Bartonova, A, Beitollahi, A, Bohmer, N, Bouman, E, Chaudhry, Q, Cimpan, MR, Cimpan, E, Doak, S, Dupin, D, Fedrigo, D, Fessard, V, Gromelski, M, Gutleb, AC, Halappanavar, S, Hoet, P, Jeliazkova, N, Jomini, S, Lindner, S, Linkov, I, Longhin, EM, Lynch, I, Malsch, I, Marcomini, A, Mariussen, E, de la Fuente, JM, Melagraki, G, Murphy, F, Neaves, M, Packroff, R, Pfuhler, S, Puzyn, T, Rahman, Q, Pran, ER, Semenzin, E, Serchi, T, Steinbach, C, Trump, B, Vrček, IV, Warheit, D, Wiesner, MR, Willighagen, E & Dusinska, M 2020, 'Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials', Small, vol. 16, no. 36, 2003303. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202003303

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Isigonis, P., Afantitis, A., Antunes, D., Bartonova, A., Beitollahi, A., Bohmer, N., Bouman, E., Chaudhry, Q., Cimpan, M. R., Cimpan, E., Doak, S., Dupin, D., Fedrigo, D., Fessard, V., Gromelski, M., Gutleb, A. C., Halappanavar, S., Hoet, P., Jeliazkova, N., ... Dusinska, M. (2020). Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials. Small, 16(36), [2003303]. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202003303

Vancouver

Isigonis P, Afantitis A, Antunes D, Bartonova A, Beitollahi A, Bohmer N et al. Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials. Small. 2020 Jul 23;16(36). 2003303. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202003303

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Isigonis, Panagiotis ; Afantitis, Antreas ; Antunes, Dalila ; Bartonova, Alena ; Beitollahi, Ali ; Bohmer, Nils ; Bouman, Evert ; Chaudhry, Qasim ; Cimpan, Mihaela Roxana ; Cimpan, Emil ; Doak, Shareen ; Dupin, Damien ; Fedrigo, Doreen ; Fessard, Valérie ; Gromelski, Maciej ; Gutleb, Arno C ; Halappanavar, Sabina ; Hoet, Peter ; Jeliazkova, Nina ; Jomini, Stéphane ; Lindner, Sabine ; Linkov, Igor ; Longhin, Eleonora Marta ; Lynch, Iseult ; Malsch, Ineke ; Marcomini, Antonio ; Mariussen, Espen ; de la Fuente, Jesus M ; Melagraki, Georgia ; Murphy, Finbarr ; Neaves, Michael ; Packroff, Rolf ; Pfuhler, Stefan ; Puzyn, Tomasz ; Rahman, Qamar ; Pran, Elise Rundén ; Semenzin, Elena ; Serchi, Tommaso ; Steinbach, Christoph ; Trump, Benjamin ; Vrček, Ivana Vinković ; Warheit, David ; Wiesner, Mark R ; Willighagen, Egon ; Dusinska, Maria. / Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials. In: Small. 2020 ; Vol. 16, No. 36.

Bibtex

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title = "Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials",
abstract = "Nanotechnologies have reached maturity and market penetration that require nano-specific changes in legislation and harmonization among legislation domains, such as the amendments to REACH for nanomaterials (NMs) which came into force in 2020. Thus, an assessment of the components and regulatory boundaries of NMs risk governance is timely, alongside related methods and tools, as part of the global efforts to optimise nanosafety and integrate it into product design processes, via Safe(r)-by-Design (SbD) concepts. This paper provides an overview of the state-of-the-art regarding risk governance of NMs and lays out the theoretical basis for the development and implementation of an effective, trustworthy and transparent risk governance framework for NMs. The proposed framework enables continuous integration of the evolving state of the science, leverages best practice from contiguous disciplines and facilitates responsive re-thinking of nanosafety governance to meet future needs. To achieve and operationalise such framework, a science-based Risk Governance Council (RGC) for NMs is being developed. The framework will provide a toolkit for independent NMs' risk governance and integrates needs and views of stakeholders. An extension of this framework to relevant advanced materials and emerging technologies is also envisaged, in view of future foundations of risk research in Europe and globally.",
keywords = "nanomaterials, nanosafety, regulation, risk governance council, risk governance framework",
author = "Panagiotis Isigonis and Antreas Afantitis and Dalila Antunes and Alena Bartonova and Ali Beitollahi and Nils Bohmer and Evert Bouman and Qasim Chaudhry and Cimpan, {Mihaela Roxana} and Emil Cimpan and Shareen Doak and Damien Dupin and Doreen Fedrigo and Val{\'e}rie Fessard and Maciej Gromelski and Gutleb, {Arno C} and Sabina Halappanavar and Peter Hoet and Nina Jeliazkova and St{\'e}phane Jomini and Sabine Lindner and Igor Linkov and Longhin, {Eleonora Marta} and Iseult Lynch and Ineke Malsch and Antonio Marcomini and Espen Mariussen and {de la Fuente}, {Jesus M} and Georgia Melagraki and Finbarr Murphy and Michael Neaves and Rolf Packroff and Stefan Pfuhler and Tomasz Puzyn and Qamar Rahman and Pran, {Elise Rund{\'e}n} and Elena Semenzin and Tommaso Serchi and Christoph Steinbach and Benjamin Trump and Vr{\v c}ek, {Ivana Vinkovi{\'c}} and David Warheit and Wiesner, {Mark R} and Egon Willighagen and Maria Dusinska",
note = "Funding Information: This study received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 814425 (RiskGONE) and No 814572 (NanoSolveIT). Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2020 The Authors. Published by WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
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RIS

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T1 - Risk governance of emerging technologies demonstrated in terms of its applicability to nanomaterials

AU - Isigonis, Panagiotis

AU - Afantitis, Antreas

AU - Antunes, Dalila

AU - Bartonova, Alena

AU - Beitollahi, Ali

AU - Bohmer, Nils

AU - Bouman, Evert

AU - Chaudhry, Qasim

AU - Cimpan, Mihaela Roxana

AU - Cimpan, Emil

AU - Doak, Shareen

AU - Dupin, Damien

AU - Fedrigo, Doreen

AU - Fessard, Valérie

AU - Gromelski, Maciej

AU - Gutleb, Arno C

AU - Halappanavar, Sabina

AU - Hoet, Peter

AU - Jeliazkova, Nina

AU - Jomini, Stéphane

AU - Lindner, Sabine

AU - Linkov, Igor

AU - Longhin, Eleonora Marta

AU - Lynch, Iseult

AU - Malsch, Ineke

AU - Marcomini, Antonio

AU - Mariussen, Espen

AU - de la Fuente, Jesus M

AU - Melagraki, Georgia

AU - Murphy, Finbarr

AU - Neaves, Michael

AU - Packroff, Rolf

AU - Pfuhler, Stefan

AU - Puzyn, Tomasz

AU - Rahman, Qamar

AU - Pran, Elise Rundén

AU - Semenzin, Elena

AU - Serchi, Tommaso

AU - Steinbach, Christoph

AU - Trump, Benjamin

AU - Vrček, Ivana Vinković

AU - Warheit, David

AU - Wiesner, Mark R

AU - Willighagen, Egon

AU - Dusinska, Maria

N1 - Funding Information: This study received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 814425 (RiskGONE) and No 814572 (NanoSolveIT). Publisher Copyright: © 2020 The Authors. Published by WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2020/7/23

Y1 - 2020/7/23

N2 - Nanotechnologies have reached maturity and market penetration that require nano-specific changes in legislation and harmonization among legislation domains, such as the amendments to REACH for nanomaterials (NMs) which came into force in 2020. Thus, an assessment of the components and regulatory boundaries of NMs risk governance is timely, alongside related methods and tools, as part of the global efforts to optimise nanosafety and integrate it into product design processes, via Safe(r)-by-Design (SbD) concepts. This paper provides an overview of the state-of-the-art regarding risk governance of NMs and lays out the theoretical basis for the development and implementation of an effective, trustworthy and transparent risk governance framework for NMs. The proposed framework enables continuous integration of the evolving state of the science, leverages best practice from contiguous disciplines and facilitates responsive re-thinking of nanosafety governance to meet future needs. To achieve and operationalise such framework, a science-based Risk Governance Council (RGC) for NMs is being developed. The framework will provide a toolkit for independent NMs' risk governance and integrates needs and views of stakeholders. An extension of this framework to relevant advanced materials and emerging technologies is also envisaged, in view of future foundations of risk research in Europe and globally.

AB - Nanotechnologies have reached maturity and market penetration that require nano-specific changes in legislation and harmonization among legislation domains, such as the amendments to REACH for nanomaterials (NMs) which came into force in 2020. Thus, an assessment of the components and regulatory boundaries of NMs risk governance is timely, alongside related methods and tools, as part of the global efforts to optimise nanosafety and integrate it into product design processes, via Safe(r)-by-Design (SbD) concepts. This paper provides an overview of the state-of-the-art regarding risk governance of NMs and lays out the theoretical basis for the development and implementation of an effective, trustworthy and transparent risk governance framework for NMs. The proposed framework enables continuous integration of the evolving state of the science, leverages best practice from contiguous disciplines and facilitates responsive re-thinking of nanosafety governance to meet future needs. To achieve and operationalise such framework, a science-based Risk Governance Council (RGC) for NMs is being developed. The framework will provide a toolkit for independent NMs' risk governance and integrates needs and views of stakeholders. An extension of this framework to relevant advanced materials and emerging technologies is also envisaged, in view of future foundations of risk research in Europe and globally.

KW - nanomaterials

KW - nanosafety

KW - regulation

KW - risk governance council

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DO - 10.1002/smll.202003303

M3 - Review article

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